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Larry Legend Rolls The Dice In Turner/Granger Trade

There has yet be a player since the Association formed, who possessed more competitive drive than Larry Bird. While the “Basketball Hall Of Fame” forward had incredible talent on the hardwood, his never surrender mindset was a huge factor to him leading … Continue reading

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The Oden Comeback, Heading To South Beach

The most accurate description of Greg Oden’s career in the Association at this juncture, may be best summed up by the “Grateful Dead,” when they sang years ago “What A Long, Strange Trip It’s Been.” Selected with the first pick … Continue reading

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The Oden Comeback, Recruitment Time

Free Agent center Greg Oden is still only 25-years-old, as he attempts to jump-start his NBA career again this summer. However, the number one pick of the 2007 NBA Draft, has faced enough adversity for a man three times his … Continue reading

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LeBron James, Respect The Player Not The Man

If LeBron James decided that he would call an end to his career in the Association at the completion of the Playoffs, he would be a lock to make the Basketball Hall Of Fame, as soon as he is eligible. … Continue reading

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Torn ACL Ends Rajon Rondo’s All-Star Campaign

Just a few weeks before Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo would be a starter for the Eastern Conference All-Star squad, for the first time in his career; the “Boston Globe” reported Sunday, that he is done for the season, … Continue reading

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Stern Fining Spurs Could Become Quite Costly For NBA Teams

Long before David Stern became the Commissioner of the Association, he went to law school, passed the bar and was a practicing attorney for many years. One would rationalize that with his background as an attorney, that he would think … Continue reading

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Oden Not Ready To Go Quietly Into The Night

Most people in Greg Oden’s position; would be ready to start the next adventure of their lifetime journey; leaving thoughts of playing in the NBA in the rear-view mirror. Unless he threw his money away, or invested in bad business … Continue reading

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Felton Leads Short-Handed Knicks Past Heat 112-92

What ever the weather was like in South Beach on Thursday night; the fans at American Airlines Arena watched the Miami Heat helplessly try to halt the treys that rained down on them in the third quarter, on their way to losing to … Continue reading

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Does David Stern Have The Right To Dictate NBA Team’s Lineups?

When NBA Commissioner David Stern hands over the reins of power to Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver, in February of 2014; the Association will be in far better shape then when he took the job in 1984. The NBA relegated to the … Continue reading

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Play Or Postpone? Knicks And Heat Players Have Mixed Emotions On Friday Night Game

The contest scheduled for Friday night at Madison Square Garden, as the New York Knicks play their season and home opener against the Miami Heat, has taken on controversy, that nobody in “Gotham City” expected a week ago. In the … Continue reading

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